You have probably been told by enough people now that to be successful in any part of your life you need to have goals.
Told that you need to have a personal mission statement. Have your goals captured in a certain way and written down so that they are tangible.
I also know that approaching this alone can be a little overwhelming. Particularly if you are still wondering ‘what is goal setting?’
To help you out I have put together some key content to get you heading in the right direction.
Getting started with goal setting
Have you ever felt overwhelmed or frustrated by the sheer size of a big project? Don’t worry, this is totally normal. Getting started or achieving big goals can be hard – That is what makes them worth it!
I have developed a system that will help you with identifying and succeeding with big goals… I call this system the ‘Bite-Size Breakdown’ technique. Here is a detailed guide to how you can make it work for you.
Have you ever spent the time to work out whether the things that you are doing with your time are actually moving you towards things that are important to you? I won’t hold it against you if you aren’t. The information here will help guide you in the right direction.
How would you feel if I told you that the simple way to make sure that you are always doing the right thing is to just know what you want from life? The best way to work this out is to start at the end, here is how.
Have you been told about or even tried to create your own vision board? This is a place where you put images of the things that you want in your life. Sadly, most people get this process wrong. Here is the right way to do it.
After working through these I am sure that you will be totally inspired and motivated to start working on your own goals. I have you covered there too. Here are a couple of easy to understand reference materials to get you started.
Knowing where to start, or even what a ‘good’ personal goal should look like can be difficult. If you are looking for guidance on what you should include in your goals or even why you should bother, start with this free beginners guidebook.
Ready to start working out what your own personal success looks like? Use this worksheet to help work out exactly what your goals are and what you need to do to achieve them.
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